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Page 10, Cloverdale Reveille, June 25, 1997 CENTER by the Center. The club will feature monthly programs of in- terest to many. The first event is planned July 11 and will feature music, an art film, and a discus- sion regarding the new organi- zation and the impact it will have on the community. Scott Reynolds, assistant to the City Engineer, reported on the newly raised development im- pact fees. Commission Coordi- nator Susie Leach suggested that the City might consider waive- ing such fees as an incentive to attract industry that is being asked to pay more than resi- dents. Werner Schwan, chairman of the Business Attraction Commit- tee, said that the Commission needed to launch a drive for vol- unteers on a one on one basis. 'We should contact local organi- zations to appoint a volunteer for the Commission," he advised. Mike Nixon was congratulat- ed for his contributions to the Commission by making his res- taurant Papa's Pizza available for Commission meetings. He was also congratulated upon the arrival of his new son Elliott Michael. Commission members will make a field trip to Arcata to discuss that City's Community Development Commission; its organization; why formed; ser- vices and programs provided; funding sources, and challeng- es. The party will also tour the Foodworks incubator in Arcata and hopes to bring back many new economic development ideas, according to Susie Leach. GRANT tinuing with Charles Richard- son. "We're having trouble getting [the Richardsons] to agree to the appraised value. The appraisals are far below what they thought the value of the land was," he said. According to Cleveland, the land is not only in a flood area but is designated as a biotic re- source area. The land contains old ponds that support a ripAri- an habitat that cannot be dis- turbed. Until the issue can be resolved with the Richardsons, Cleveland says the project is in limbo. =I believe Supervisor Paul Kelley is going to speak with them to find out if we can at least pur- chase an easement to allow emergency vehicle access," he said. =Getting emergency vehi- cle access and police service through the park is pretty criti- cal," he said. Other funding has been se- cured to erect fencing along Mc- Cray Road. "We'll probably have that done during the summer months and hopefully it will al- leviate the trespassing prob- lems," he said. FIRE minutes prior to the discovery of the fire," Rosevear reported. The mobile home and contents were destroyed--an estimated $40,000 in total damages. The Cloverdale Fire District responded withTour fire engines and ten firefighters assisted by a California Department of For- estry engine (three firefighters) and two units from the Geyser- villa Fire District (one fire en- gine and an air breathing unit). Anonymous HIV testing available To make an appointment for an anonymous HIV test spon- sored by the County of Sonoma Department of Health Services call 524-7373. Testing is avail- able in Santa Rosa, Sonoma, Petaluma, Guerneville and a drop-in test is available at a number of community sites in a mobile van. Call 524-7373 for more information. Attitudes are more important than aptitudes. Attitudes affect your body, we create the climate in and around us by our attitudes; have a beautiful, warm and friendly attitude. Everything in your life will depend on your attitude. ~AAM iml i m H _F C LOVE R D, We'll Pay Your HBIN! PLUS CRV DIlL MONTE KIKNUP 28 OZ SAUCE 17 TO18 OZ ASSORTED 7 LEISURE WAY PAPER 9"/1 COUNT IE 12 PA ! 2oz NS ASSTD. U 6 PACK t20Z BOTTLES +CRV SALES PFUCES " ,. EFFErlVE ,. - JUNE 2S-JULY 2, . \\; '{ r,. . LONGS PHARMACY - , FOURTH OF JULY "   AMERICAN VLAUE5! t ' ) "* , We will pay ,i i ,&  , "%  on all pucases made :  , , July 4th from 8 am to Tax July VAN r.Al00 & m00J00NS 15 OZ LIMIT 6 ADDITIONAL PURCHASES 3151 FINNNCH1 NUII"I'AN 16 OZ T VALUE.I OROLO EMIIIJIN IIOTCH WHIM[EV 1.75 Liter JmCl[ OANIEUl  IIIIIIIIIBIV 750 ML IPlIANZIA NINN 5 LITER WINE TAP CHABL, RHE FLUR, FRENCH COLOMBN:D, WHn'E GRENACHE, CUVEE USH r VENmINIm UlNa 1,5 UTER CHARDONNAY OR CABERNET SAUVGON Rr=OULNR =-- 1 MA/IL-tN REBATE ON BOTI1LE TWO BOTTLES THR EE BOTTLES DOVE OR |UNUGHT DIIIHWAtiHING MOULD 42 OZ ..... REG, OR FREE & kR i  !   ::.:i: m M1rNIOON TNNN i  HEINZ DILL IIMUIN 24 OZ KOSHER OR POLISH I OCA-COLA, oiirir AlUlqllNE File \\;  OR IPRITII 2 LITER PLUS CRV i I I I I I I I I I I I I I I  i it area nm mum mum tub u i i i if  ,_:-:: ...... nN.AO 01 IlOOO IIllD  illID Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Caffeine Free Diet Coke or Sprite, 12 Pack 12 Oz Cans PlUS CRY LIMIT 2-12 PACKS PER COUPON I m Coupon Required Additional Purchases $2. L imnm an am nn in n= lunl InBB U man imi gut |